A Daytona Seashore housing venture depends on bettering a congested street

The explosion of new housing development around the LPGA corridor has overtaxed the two-lane Tomoka River Bridge just west of  Interstate 95. Daytona Beach city commissioners are afraid bottlenecks that already occur at Tomoka Farms Road and Bellevue Avenue will get worse if a new housing development is allowed nearby and nothing changes.

DAYTONA BEACH — One thing out of the abnormal occurred on the March 15 Daytona Seashore Metropolis Fee assembly.

First, a majority of metropolis commissioners shot down a rezoning request that will have cleared the way in which for a housing and industrial growth that will stretch throughout 415 acres between Interstate 95 and Tomoka Farms Highway.

Then on the urging of the legal professional representing the developer on the venture, commissioners stated they’d rethink the rezoning if site visitors issues on the county-controlled Tomoka Farms Highway will be labored out.

So what’s this venture all about, and what occurs now?

What does the developer wish to do?

The plan is to create a $400 million growth with 1,660 residential models of flats, townhouses and single-family houses in addition to 340,000 sq. ft of economic, institutional, and lightweight industrial makes use of.

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